Who We Are
We are a team of healthcare related executives that have played key roles in a wide variety of Government and Private Sector positions. As a supplier of critical equipment, we collectively understand the resources required to solve a healthcare crisis such as COVID-19.
Using this, we are able to aggregate high priority items required to help society overcome such difficulties and find stability once again. In the case of COVID-19, Personal Protective Equipment and Testing are key requirements that we have sourced and quality tested in association with our Industry Partners and the FDA.
Meet Our Leadership Team
Frederick M. Schaffer, M.D.
Frederick M. Schaffer M.D. is a board certified Allergist / Immunologist and has been a Fellow and/or a member of the American Immunology Association, the Clinical Immunology Society, the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, and the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.
Paul Holland, M.D.
Paul V. Holland, M.D. has been involved in blood banking and transfusion medicine since 1963. He spent over 20 years at the National Institutes of Health in the Blood Bank Department of the Clinical Center. He has been a Clinical Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hematology/Oncology at UC Davis Medical Center (UCDMC) since 1983 and is now also a Clinical Professor of Pathology.
Dr. James Strader
Dr. James Strader founded Safe Harbor Compliance and Clinical Services in 2012. His responsibilities include the strategic direction of the company, acquisitions and development. Clarity Science, a division of Safe Harbor Compliance and Clinical Services, recently conducted a 3-year, IRB-approved pain study, OPERA (Optimizing Patient Experience and Response to Topical Analgesics).
Our mission is to help healthcare operations around the world access critical supplies that are not only cost-effective, but also guarantee consistent quality for rapid sourcing, aggregation, and quality control through a single point of contact. At Bio Testing Supplies, we do not determine success by the number of products sold, but rather by the impact our services have on the world around us.